Amazon Fire Phone
Amazon’s a little late to the party, but no matter – their Fire Phone is still worth considering dumping some money into. Running a modified version of Android dubbed Fire, this phone supports Amazon Android apps and is geared towards media playback thanks to Dolby Digital Plus audio processing, deep-rooted Amazon Prime for streaming video and music, plus audiobooks and eBooks, bringing together each of Amazon’s individual ecosystems into one streamlined OS. It’s also the first Amazon device to boast the Firefly button, which activates recognition technology to identify TV shows, movies, music, over 70 million products, and printed text using the phone’s 13-megapixel camera. Else, it’s also got Dynamic Perspective, which puts a 3D spin on apps using head tracking, a 2.2 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB of RAM, and a large 4.7-inch display.